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AJYCP stages protests across State

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  1 Jan 2016 12:00 AM GMT


Dibrugarh, Dec 31: The District Committee of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) in support of their demands for securing the rights of the indigenous people of Assam, staged a sit-in, in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office here on Thursday.

Reiterating the issues that have engulfed the people of the State which threaten to dismantle the demographic and traditiol societal brickbat of the State, the president of AJYCP, Rajit Das, submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister rendra Modi through the office of the Deputy Commissioner. The memorandum takes in the fluid issue like the revocation of the recent notification that was issued by the Central Government to grant Indian Citizenship to migrant Hindu Bangladeshis who have entered Assam before December 31, 2014.

Moreover, the general secretary of AJYCP, Homen Borgohain, through the memorandum, urged upon the Central Government to re-evaluate the core subjects like full sovereignty , dual citizenship, issue of Inner Line Permit system that have been long being claimed by the organization, for sheltering the conventiol rights and identity of the State populace.

The president and general secretary, Ranjit Das and Homen Buragohain, underlying the importance of non-realization of their demands have stated to organize severe democratic protests across the State.

Tinsukia: The Assam Jatiatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP)’s Tinsukia district committee today burnt the effigy of Prime Minister rendra Modi at Tinsukia. The AJYCP, district committee burnt effigy of Prime Minister Modi protesting against Center’s notification granting the staying right to the non-Muslim migrants from Bangladesh and Pakistan. AJYCP also demanding introduction of inner line permit in Assam for the future safety of indigenous people. Surajit Moran, president of AJYCP district committee alleged that due to the unchecked influx of people from foreign countries, as well as from other parts of the country, the indigenous people have lost their political rights and land rights as well.

JORHAT: AJYCP Jorhat district committee took out a protest rally against the Home Ministry’s notification regarding citizenship to Hindu Bengali migrants on Thursday in Jorhat. About 200 protesters shouted slogans against the Central Government. Later, they submitted a memorandum through the Deputy Commissioner of Jorhat.

GOLAGHAT: As part of the State-wise protest, the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) Golaghat district committee also staged a protest near the Deputy Commissioner’s office on Thursday demanding withdrawal of the decision of the BJP government regarding minority refugees.

Hundreds of AJYCP activists of Golaghat District Committee shouted slogans against the rendra Modi government and the Tarun Gogoi-led Congress government. Addressing the gathering, president Diganta Chetia and general secretary Abdul Hasim criticized the BJP government for issuing notification to grant citizenship to all minority refugees from Bangladesh and Pakistan. They alleged that AJYCP had protested many times for greater interest of the people of Assam, but the Central Government and State Government did not pay any attention in this regard.

They said that before the last Lok Sabha polls, the people of Assam had hoped that the rendra Modi-led BJP government would resolve all burning problems of the State. But after elections, the Central Government has not done anything to resolve these problems, they alleged.

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